Benny Hill music blasted outside Parliament ahead of Boris Johnson’s ouster at famous actor’s request

Before the resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday morning, critics of the Conservative Party leader were stationed outside the Parliament. During this time they were blasting music, including the iconic Benny Hill chase music specifically at the request of actor Hugh Grant.

Activist Steven Bray, who had recently had his speakers confiscated during a crackdown on “noisy” forms of protest, was responsible for the musical trolling.

On Thursday morning, Grant reached out via Twitter to celebrate Bray getting the speakers back, and to request that he play some Benny Hill music.

So that’s exactly what Bray did.

Twitter loved the cheeky act:


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